Saturday, December 24, 2011

Trump Deciding to Run as an Independent Presidential Candidate


Since Donald Trumps' GOP Debate was canned, he wanted to get revenge. Trumps ego is top priority over any political ambition. It is all about the ratings. This publicity stunt is a big "YAWN."

(ABC) Donald Trump is officially a man without a party.

The real estate mogul whose flirtation with the 2012 presidential race has never really ended despite announcing seven months ago he would not seek the Republican nomination has been signaling he wants to find other ways onto a presidential ticket.
Trump took another step in that direction on Thursday, switching his party affiliation from Republican to “unaffiliated,” according to a source close to the reality television star.

According to the source, he did so because he is “disgusted” with the way Republicans are handling matters in Washington, including the recent payroll tax cut deal. But the move also sets Trump up for a potential third-party run for president — a possibility he began talking about almost as soon as he told his fans in May he wasn’t running.

Trump has sought to reach out to the group, Americans Elect, an online, independent presidential nominating organization that has already made it on the ballot in several states, including California.

This is not the first time Trump has changed his party registration. He registered as a Republican in the late 1980′s, then switched to the Democratic Party in 2001 only to return to the GOP in 2009.

Trump hinted at an independent bid for president as recently as last week.

“They want me to announce that I won’t run as an independent candidate,” Trump said, “but and I won’t do that.”